We took 330 pictures throughout the day, and probably could've taken more if we hadn't been so busy walking 7 miles. At the beginning of the trail, there were a couple of horses peacefully napping in the morning sun.
The Gap of Dunloe is a mountain pass that was cut by glaciers and is surrounded by five lakes. It has an elevation increase of 500 foot across the 11km route.
The boat tour ended back at Ross Castle, where the tour bus was waiting to take us back to our B&B. We had lunch at a deli - Austin had fish and chips, I had a grilled chicken pesto panini.
Later, we enjoyed some live traditional Irish music at O'Donoghue's Pub, followed by a late night pizza.
It was a truly remarkable day, definitely one of our favorite memories from our honeymoon.